A comunicação nas encruzilhadas da Esfinge, de Hermes, Mercúrio, Exu e Maria Padilha: ditos, não-ditos, interditos e mal-entendidos

Bião, Armindo
December 2009
Revista FAMECOS - Mídia, Cultura e Tecnologia;2009, Vol. 1 Issue 40, p91
Academic Journal
This communication is at the crossroads of the human sciences (anthropology, philosophy, history and sociology) with the applied social sciences (communication), languages (Portuguese, Spanish and French) and the arts (music, dance, drama, theater and opera ). It is the prospect of disciplinary and gaia ethnoscenology (DUVIGNAUD, 1996), which is in turn in various crossroads between the arts and sciences (in the latter, between the sciences of mind and nature, Geistwissenchaften X Naturwissenchaften), among the objects of the real and the ideal, the material and the spiritual and the objects that have and those who have no existence.


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